About your Search

20130201
20130228
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)
his command. >> one third of the population has a positive perspective on joseph stalin. >> so many people died because of him, but i do not know with everything would have been better if joseph stalin had not existed. >> without joseph stalin, we might not have won the war. we have to acknowledge that. >> a fleet of minibuses is touring the country to mark the anniversary of soviet victory over nazi germany. an historian of the memorial human rights center reflects on the reasons the putin government might have to glorify joseph stalin. >> it is about a time in which people voluntarily surrender responsibility for their country and for themselves to one single individual. it could well be the state would like people to get used to that kind of thing again. >> whatever people think of joseph stalin, there is a consensus that the veterans of stalingrad are war heroes. >> in sports news, the first match of the weekend, bremen over and over, 2-zero. >> the strikers saved the best for last in this battle of northern german rivals. in the previous 85 minutes, he had 80 -- shots they had
stars. he says the bolshoi's management wants him out. >> it is like being back in the days of joseph stalin. they are organizing meetings again, trying to force us to sign letters condemning him. they tried that last week, but all the ballet teachers in the bolshoi refused to file it. >> three weeks ago, the troupe's artistic director was attacked with sulfuric acid. the head of the ballet has accused him of creating an atmosphere of mudslinging, which he believes led to the incident. >> god forbid if you were attacked with acid, you would not be able to show your face four months. if you look at all of the specially commissioned tv shows that have been hinting at my involvement, it looks like a campaign against me. but they will not get away with it. >> i am speechless. what can i tell? i just hope that he will be cured as quickly as possible and that his eyesight is back, he will join us and continue to work. >> the dancer not only performs but he teaches as well, and he claims they were trying to take away his students. >> in december, that asked to see my pupils. they told her if
done that in the past are germany under adolf hitler, russia under joseph stalin and china which led to some of the biggest amounts of mass murder in the entire 20th century so we should keep in mind the other stuff during the debate that the initial reason we had the right to bear arms was to prevent tyranny and government just to make sure that isn't lost among the emotional issue. >> host: thanks for the call. >> guest: i think she certainly the shooting wasn't a gun-free zone and in las vegas yesterday it wasn't. it doesn't only happen in gun-free zones, it happens frankly everywhere. unfortunately, the conversation that we are talking about, background checks for example, making sure those are done on everybody is extrapolated to this degree that ultimately this will somehow result in people getting their door open and having someone take their guns which is in the conversation at all it's not what any of these bills or this legislation would do. it's frankly unconstitutional to do that. we have the decision that you cannot ban guns and i think that is a great decision for us be
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)